Free Press Journal
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    Aditi Rao Hydari is hopefull

    Aditi Rao Hydari believes in being your own hero and that is the biggest lesson she has learnt from her previous relationship. “I have learned the importance of being my own person and not being overly dependent on my partner for many things. Without that, you are just a child in the relationship and are more likely to get disappointed. You know what I look for in a guy is respect for

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    Yours Truly: Sunny Deol

    Sunny Deol is someone who has always maintained a safe distance from all the jazz that happens in and out of the world of glamour. He confesses and prefers being a recluse over any socially networking enthusiast.

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    The pioneer: Irrfan Khan

    People need role models and motivators that they can look upto in their respective field of work and then there are trend setters that set benchmarks and are followed all over.

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    Mandana spills out bedroom secrets

    Mandana Karimi is now ready to steam up the online space with a web chat show that discusses everything from premarital sex to role-play. Soon to be launched on the upcoming channel, Voot, it is inspired by the Emmy award-winning chat show Between the Ferns. Iranian starlet and former Bigg Boss inmate Mandana Karimi will be the first guest.

  • Why Most People Don’t Plan For Retirement

    New Delhi: It’s not only in India where people do not invest in pension and other schemes that can give them enough income to carry on life after retirement. Even in the United States, roughly households do not have enough retirement income to maintain their standard of living if they retire at 65.

  • Chinese Develop Better Battery

    New Delhi: A Chinese research team from the Shenzhen Institutes of Advanced Technology (SIAT) of the Chinese Academy of Sciences has developed a novel, environmentally friendly low-cost battery that overcomes many of the problems of lithium ion batteries (LIB). The new aluminum-graphite dual-ion battery (AGDIB) offers significantly reduced weight, volume, and fabrication cost, as well as higher energy density, in comparison with conventional LIBs. AGDIB’s electrode materials are composed of environmentally friendly

  • Charge sheet filed against Bhujbal in MU library case

    Mumbai: In fresh trouble for NCP leader Chhagan Bhujbal, the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) today filed a 17,400 page charge sheet against the former state minister in a case of alleged kickbacks received in the award of contract of central library of Mumbai University at Kalina campus here. Bhujbal is presently lodged in the Arthur Road jail after he was arrested by the Enforcement Directorate (ED) on March 14 in a money laundering case in connection with Maharashtra Sadan construction scam.

  • Rawat should be booked under Prevention of Corruption Act: BJP

    Dehradun: Uttarakhand BJP today demanded that unseated chief minister Harish Rawat be booked under the Prevention of Corruption Act over a recent sting CD which it claimed was “the first blatant case of corruption of its kind” in the country. “A case must immediately be lodged against Rawat under the Prevention of Corruption Act on the basis of the sting CD in which he is clearly seen offering a bribe and inviting people

  • Fear of death driving people away from savings

    New York: If you are not saving enough for your retirement, you may not be alone. A new study has shown that a large number of people avoid saving for their old age because they are afraid to think of their own death.

  • Belgian police release video footage of third airport suspect

    Brussels: Belgian police today released new video footage of the third suspect whose bomb failed to go off at Brussels airport in last week’s attack. The footage shows the man wearing a hat and white jacket pushing a trolley with a large bag through the departure hall, next to suicide bombers Ibrahim El Bakraoui and Najim Laachraoui.

  • Brussels attacks death toll rises to 35

    Brussels: Belgian officials today raised the death toll from last week’s devastating Islamic State suicide attacks on Brussels airport and the metro to 35.

  • Debt-ridden farmer kills self in Maharashtra

    Nashik (Maha): A debt-ridden farmer allegedly committed suicide by consuming poison at his residence in Khirdi village of Maharashtra’s Nashik district, police said today. Dattu Choudhari (48) yesterday committed suicide as he was unable to pay loan of Rs one lakh. Drought for the third consecutive year also added to his plight, an official attached with Nandgaon Police Station said.

  • Delhi Budget: Rs.1,000 crore more for civic bodies

    New Delhi: The Delhi government has decided to hike the budget allocation of municipal corporations by Rs.1,000 crore, Finance Minister Manish Sisodia announced on Monday.

  • Biocon gets nod to sell diabetes product in Japan

    New Delhi: Biocon has received approval from the Japanese health authority to sell its biosimilar product ‘Insulin Glargine’ in that country. The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) of Japan has approved the sale of Glargine, a significant achievement for Biocon and its commercial partner, Fujifilm Pharma, the biotech major said in a filing to BSE.

  • Vaughn unveils official title of ‘Kingsman 2’

    Los Angeles: The sequel of “Kingsman: The Secret Service” is officially titled “Kingsman: The Golden Circle”, director Matthew Vaughn has announced.

  • Zaheer named Delhi Daredevils captain

    New Delhi : Former India pace spearhead Zaheer Khan was today appointed captain of Delhi Daredevils for the upcoming ninth edition of Indian Premier League. India’s best left-arm pace bowler ever, Zaheer, will be playing for Delhi Daredevils for the second successive season this year. Speaking about the appointment, Team Mentor Rahul Dravid said: “Zaheer has been a leader for a very long time. Anyone who has followed Indian cricket will know the impact Zak has had. He has always proven himself

  • Shame on people for trolling Anushka: Kohli

    New Delhi: Indian batting star Virat Kohli today lashed out at social media trolls for targetting Bollywood actress Anushka Sharma, saying that those who blame her for anything negative in his cricket career should be ashamed of themselves.

  • Student shout slogans demanding resignation of HRD Minister Smriti Irani as they are detained during a protest against the death of Hyderabad's student Rohith Vemula in New Delhi on Wednesday.

    Hyderabad varsity students get bail

    Hyderabad – A court here on Monday granted bail to 25 students and two faculty members of University of Hyderabad, arrested last week for ransacking the office of Vice Chancellor P. Appa Rao and attacking police while protesting his return after two-month leave.

  • Immolation bid of 11 members of a family foiled

    Gaya: Eleven members of a family today made an abortive bid to immolate themselves at the Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP)’s office in Gaya town in protest against police inaction in a case of abduction and subsequent murder of one Virendra Yadav alias Commando Yadav, a police officer said. However, the cops present there swung into action and foiled their bid by seizing inflammable materials from their possession, Town Deputy Superintendent of Police Alok Kumar said.

  • Google’s Camera app may get Google Goggles functionality

    New York: Internet giant Google is rumoured to include an extra modification of Google Goggles to the official Google Camera app in Android devices for searching information by just taking a picture.